Evergreen, Shrubs, Decorative fruit or berries
Grown for form and foliage; clusters of small flowers are rather inconspicuous. Used chiefly as background plantings or hedges. Berries (typically pea size) are enjoyed by birds; volunteer seedlings may be a nuisance.Rhamnus ilicifolia
Evergreen shrub, native to Coast Ranges and Sierra Nevada foothills, mountains of Southern California, Arizona, and Baja California. Bulky shrub or shrubby tree grows to a possible 15 ft. tall, nearly as wide. Roundish, spiny-toothed leaves. Takes heat and drought; makes a good informal screen. Full sun or partial shade. No irrigation needed.
Widely distributed species native from eastern and Southern California to western Texas and northern M...
Semievergreen shrub or tree. Native to California chaparral from 300–5,000-ft. elevation. Dense ...
This evergreen shrub is native to northern Coast Ranges to San Luis Obispo area and to Sierra Nevada f...